Let’s just get one thing out of they way first: Jared Forman, chef of the spectacular deadhorse hill in Worcester, is . . . a Mets fan. Diehard. It’s the first thing he talks about when we sit down. And no, it does not soften the blow of this Boston baseball betrayal when he reminds…
Chef Michael Arrastia from Hangover Pub in Worcester, MA takes risks to make a menu around perfect basic bacon with authentic New England flavors.
Executive chef Christopher O’Harra loves to juggle fire as he brings the menu at the Flying Rhino on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA to the next level.
For Chef Brady, you know immediately if what you have done has paid off either through oohs and ahs—you also know when you’ve done something wrong.
Is isn’t anything that Jay Powell of Twisted Fork Bistro won’t explore for the sake of creating something new, local, and creative for his customers.
Chef Christopher Rovezzi constantly lives on the edge of fear which allows him to make it as good as can be—every night—for the customers of Rovezzi’s.
Share and do it from the heart: that is quintessential Greek authenticity found at Mezé Greek Tapas on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA.
Chef Michael Dussault’s cooking is The International’s latest evolutionary step but he is respectful of tradition.
Rose Ellen Padavano likes the speed and pressure. “I love the craziness of the kitchen. But I like visiting with people. The most fun is the socializing.”
Alina Eisenhauer breaks the mould when it comes to preparing a dining experience from appetizer through dessert—Sweet Kitchen & Bar is just getting started.